While we may not all do 'production' Easter activities, most of us like to do a little bit of something special.
Here are a few ideas!
Joan Walsh Anglund Easter paper doll
Here she is with no background. Have your kids color their own scene to have her play in front of.
I thought this was a great centerpiece idea for a holiday table, where you don't want to be craning necks to look over a tall floral arrangement!
It is a simple white ceramic relish dish. I bet you could find these at World Market, Pier 1, etc.
Nope, I don't know how she made her eggs. I suggest you check out her site and see if she has directions, or check out my previous blogs about decorating Easter eggs.
Here are some ideas that you can actually do, and not devote 8 days of prep!
I'm not sure what kind of flower is on this egg. It may be a candy egg using a chocolate mold.
What I like is:
Put some sheet moss or fake green grass or green shreds - whatever you have, in a flower pot, or on a plate. A serving platter would be perfect. Nestle open silk flowers such as daisies or wide, open roses into the 'grass'.
Take your hard boiled eggs - just plain white looks terrific - and hot glue on another silk flower. Have some extra punched paper flowers? They would look really pretty too. You don't need more than one flower per egg.
Place in larger silk flower. I would try to just nestle them in and skip the glue.
See you soon!